The woman has an Anorexia Dent on the right side of her body. The right side of the torso looks indented while the left side of the torso looks flatter and smoother.
The hip on the same side of the body as the Anorexia Dent will have a tendency to shift to the same side of the body as the Anorexia Dent.
The reason why is that an Anorexia Dent is the result of shrinkage of the body. The shrinkage of the body that creates the Anorexia dent on the right side of the woman’s body pulls the right hip up towards her ribcage.
The right shoulder, the shoulder on the same side of the body as her Anorexia Dent, has a thinner and bonier look than the left shoulder.
The woman’s head is pointing to her right. The same side of the body her Anorexia Dent is on.
The pointing of the head to the right is also the result of the shrinking and tightening of the right side of the body that creates the Anorexia Dent. The right side of the body does not just shrink in the area of the torso where the Anorexia Dent is.
The right side of the body shrinks all along the path indicated in the next picture.
That path travels all the way up into the head. The shrinkage of the right side of the body that creates Anorexia Dent also shrinks part of the head. The shrinkage of the model’s head gives it the tendency to point to the right that it exhibits.
According to Happeh Theory, the human body behaves as if there is a large snake inside of it that should normally be located as shown in the following picture.
The location of the snake in the picture above would be the proper location for a healthy human body that was properly aligned.
It was previously stated that shrinkage of the body is what causes Anorexia Dent. The shrinkage of the body also changes the proper alignment of the body. The change to the proper alignment of the body can shift the location of the snake within the human body in any possible direction.
In this case the shrinkage that has caused the woman’s Anorexia Dent and caused the changes to the proper alignment of her body, have also caused the snake within her body to shift as shown in the next picture.
The body of the snake has shifted to the woman’s left so that the lower part of the snake body points off to the left of the woman’s body instead of being centered on the woman’s body.
This picture provides another way to explain the pattern of shrinkage that Anorexia Dent has caused in the woman’s body. The snake within the woman’s body has shifted to her left. It was noted that the woman’s right shoulder looked thin and bony while her left shoulder looked fatter.
The difference in the shoulders can be described by saying that since the snake shifted to the left, it’s mass no longer contributes as much as it did to the right side of the body. The loss of the mass of the snake on the right side of the body makes the right shoulder look thin and bony compared to the left shoulder.
The shifting of the snake body to the left puts more of the mass of the snake body on the left side of the woman’s body, making her left shoulder look thicker and fatter than the right shoulder.
The shifting of the snake in the woman’s body is not just a change that is only happening at the time this photograph was taken. The woman should exhibit a tendency to always position her head and body so the snake within her body points off to the left as in the example picture.
A more familiar way to phrase the tendencies of the woman’s body, would be to say that the woman should have a tendency to always lean her body to her left as she is in this picture.